This large expanse of forest on both sides of the Alexauken Creek includes “Pryde’s Point”—private land with trails open to the public—and the State of New Jersey’s Alexauken Creek Wildlife Management area. The combined preserve can be entered from the north off Gulick Road, and from the south off Rocktown-Lambertville Road. A network of trails on the north side provides several routes down to the Alexauken Creek, and one trail from the south descends to the creek as well. From both directions, walkers can go several miles down along the creek, returning on the other side—with the sound of small falls over rock ledges to entertain them along the way. Stepping stone crossings at several places allow walkers to construct loop hikes of varying length.